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I am wondering why someone needs 24/7 recording when very good AI with detection of people and cars and pets is available?!This solarpanel looks huge on a cabin and compared to the small camera I really dont see any reason to install this big thing on a cabin or small house.Is there really a need for a product like this? I install a lot of cameras on farms and places far away from villages but there was never a need for 24/7 recording.
@janser-dienstleistungen-gmbh_257000373518575 No one forces you to buy such a camera. However, there are cases which benefit from 24/7 recording. If you have got them connected over the LTE system, often, if a car or person goes past the property, they are gone before the alarm reaches the owner. By having the camera already recording or being is active standby mode, the alarm acts right away. There is also the fact, if the camera is warm, it copes with damp and frost without losing the clear view. For the uses I have got for it, it is ideal. Without the larger solar panels, the camera could not record over two days if the sun was not reaching the panels.And with such large panels, you need a stronger mount to cope with all weathers. The camera itself is actually relatively small. I hope this will give you a different perspective to consider. No offence meant.
@s-stoessler_71959255531 Correct. It's up to the individual to select which camera to purchase based on his/her requirements.
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